Emory Law authors contribute to social sciences reference collection
By Emory University School of Law | Emory Law | April 15, 2015
Emory University School of Law authors played a significant role in the second edition of the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, which was officially published by Elsevier on April 2.
Kay Levine, associate professor of law, served as co-editor for the law section, which included approximately 150 entries. Other Emory Law authors involved in this work are:
- Jonathan Nash, David J. Bederman Research Professor
- Rafael I. Pardo, Robert T. Thompson Professor of Law
- Sasha Volokh, associate professor of law
- Martha Fineman, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law
- Yvana Mols, post-doctoral fellow, Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative
- Stu Marvel, post-doctoral fellow, Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative
- Peter Hay, L.Q.C. Lamar Professor Emeritus of Law
The 26-volume set includes articles on psychology, neuroscience, evolution, artificial intelligence, human/computer interaction and more. The work is written by leading scholars from around the globe.